|People are Funny 1958|
A 1958 Episode of People are Funny in which two families compete for a Rolls Royce by answering questions about a skit they just saw, and a man calls his best friend to borrow his wife.
Keywords: Art Linkletter; Classic TV; People are Funny
|PEOPLE ARE FUNNY|
Back to the 50's with a half hour show hosted by Art Linkletter.Contestants are asked to do all sorts of crazy things, proving that PEOPLE ARE FUNNY!
Keywords: PEOPLE ARE FUNNY; Art Linkletter; fifties shows
Downloads: 14,566 (4 reviews)
|Art Linkletter - High Library at Elizabethtown College|
News conference on March 16, 1974 with entertainer Art Linkletter following the Decisive Years dinner at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, PA.
Keywords: High Library at Elizabethtown College; Elizabethtown College; Art Linkletter
|''People are Funny'' - Misc 1959 episode|
An episode of the popular game show "People Are Funny". Hosted by Art Linkletter. In this episode, there are two people with an unlikely job, and one who is an imposter. A woman must guess which is which. (this series runs a bit shorter than the typical TV show of 1959)
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Game show; People are Funny; Art Linkletter
|People Are Funny - Trip around World/Phone call|
A complete 1957 episode of the unusual 1950s game show "People Are Funny". In this episode, a contestant who has been sent around the world for 4 weeks looking for pieces of a United Artists contract finally returns, while a teenage girl must keep a complete stranger on the phone for 3 minutes to win a prize. Will she do it? With live TV, you just never know! Complete with commercials and that ever-important network ID.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Game Show; Art Linkletter; Popular; Telephone
|''People are Funny'' - Rolls Royce|
This had been uploaded before, but with lower picture quality. In this 1958 episode of "People are Funny", two families compete to win a Rolls Royce by remembering details of a skit they saw.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; People are Funny; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Game Show; Game Shows; Art Linkletter
|The Final Performance of Harry Einstein - Parkyakarkas|
November 23 or 24, 1958 (sources contradict the actual date), comedian Harry Einstein performed at a Friars Club sponsored Roast of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. The recording was made at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The toastmaster was Art Linkletter. Harry Einstein was known for his character Parkyakarkas on The Eddie Cantor Show. He is also famous as the father of comedian Albert Brooks, actor Bob Einstein, lawyer Clifford Einstein and author Charles Einstein...
Keywords: Friars Club; Roast; Eddie Cantor; Art Linkletter; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; Harry Einstein; Parkyakarkas; Meet Me at Parkys; Milton Berle; Comedians; Comedy; Comedian; 1958; OTR
Downloads: 1,116 (1 review)
|1951-01-09 CBS A Salute To.... Bing Crosby|
A Salute To.... Bing Crosby. January 9, 1951. Program in honor of Bing Crosby's "20th Anniversary" in show business.
Keywords: Old Time Radio; OTR; Edgar Bergen; Bing Crosby; Art Linkletter; Mary Martin; William S. Paley; Ella Fitzgerald; Dorothy Kirsten; Louis Armstrong; Judy Garland; Bob Hope; John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra; Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires; Freeman Gosden; Charles Correll; Jack Teagarden
|Audio Wikinews Brief : May 27, 2010 - Wikinews|
As BP reports cautious optimism in it's "top kill" operation to stop the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the head of US Minerals Management Service resigns and Democratic Senator Mark Begich from Alaska says the Obama administration's moratorium on issuing drilling permits will result in higher costs for domestic oil and gas production. In other news, Space Shuttle Atlantis lands at Kennedy Space Center; the island nation of Vanuatu is hit by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake and, in history, in 1884,...
Keywords: wikinews; news; wikimedia; audio; BP; oil spill; Gulf of Mexico; Admiral Thad Allen; Barack Obama; Mineral Management Service; Elizabeth Birnbaum; Deepwater Horizon; Ken Salazar; Mark Begich; Alaska; Shell Oil Company; Marvin E. Odum; Chuck Clausen; Arctic; Vanuatu; earthquake; C-crest Laboratories; Canada; heterotrophic bacteria; Sonish Azam; Omar al-Bashir; Sudan; war crimes; Rod Blagojevich; Art Linkletter; Kids Say the Darndest Things; Space Shuttle; Atlantis; STS-132; Max Brod; Franz Kafka; Felix Weltsch